HBHW vs BHW Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Nov 05, 2022

HBHW vs BHW Match Prediction - Nov 05, 2022

It’s going to be a middle-table clash with the Heat vs. the Hurricanes. Both teams have perhaps performed below expectations, so this is a major chance to impress fans and climb the ladder.

The Hurricanes just earned a close win against the Renegades, while the Heat have lost two in a row but hope to secure a convincing victory against the Thunder.

HBHW vs BHW Team Previews

Hobart Hurricanes Women

The Hurricanes have been a bit hard to predict lately, as they can go from competitive to lacklustre very quickly this season. Still, they’re 3-2 right now and did earn themselves a good win against the Renegades (who are just awful right now).

Despite pretty poor batting performances from Mignon du Preez and Lizelle Lee, who are normally very reliable batters in this squad, the runs thankfully came from Elyse Villani and Heather Graham. Captain Villani had been quite underwhelming before this match, as she had scored only 16 runs in four matches. However, whatever she did before this match is working, as she picked up 29 crucial runs in a game that the Renegades were fighting hard to win.

The best batting performance was easily that of allrounder Heather Graham, who continues to shine for the Hurricanes with great double figure scores in every game. Her 39* undoubtedly saved Hobart from an embarrassing loss to Melbourne, and we’re more than excited to see how Graham continues to perform this season. Graham wasn’t so good with the ball (0/33), but she’s proven in other matches that she’s capable of taking big wickets.

All eyes will be on bowler Maisy Gibson for this match, as she was already becoming one of the best spinners in the league, but now she’s gone to another level after taking 4/24 (ER: 6.00) in the win over Melbourne. Let’s see her keep this up in other games.

Hobart Hurricanes Women Playing 11

Elyse Villani, Lizelle Lee, Rachel Trenaman, Mignon du Preez, Heather Graham, Nicola Carey, Ruth Johnston, Naomi Stalenberg, Hayley Jensen, Maisy Gibson, Molly Strano.

Brisbane Heat Women

The Heat could use a bit of momentum, as they won three straight, only to lose two in a row, although losing to Perth and Adelaide is no great shame.

Opening batter Georgia Redmayne is still leading the league with 225 runs, but we’d like to see her post more consistent scores. She did make 98* a few weeks ago, but she’s scored less than 15 runs in three combined matches. Redmayne has the skills and experience, but more stability is necessary.

The Heat’s batting lineup is strong, as even if Redmayne fails to pick up a big score, you know that the likes of Kerr, Voll, Harris, or Wyatt are all equally capable of hitting a half century or better. The bowling attack is equally remarkable, with captain Jessica Jonassen (13 wickets) and Amelia Kerr (10 wickets) providing steady overs without giving up too many runs.

Pooja Vastrakar has been poor with the ball, as she’s getting knocked around the ground and barely chipping in with any wickets (only one so far). The Heat have all the tools, but on a good day when every player has the right mindset, they can easily defeat anyone in the league and should take care of the Hurricanes.

Brisbane Heat Women Playing 11

Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Redmayne, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Charli Knott, Laura Kimmince Harris, Ellie Johnston, Jess Jonassen, Pooja Vastrakar, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel.

HBHW vs BHW Toss Prediction

The Heat always score more runs (average of 139) when batting first against the Hurricanes, so it seems like they’ll bat first if winning the toss. 

Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.

Pitch and Conditions

The Blundstone Arena has decent bounce and spin, but it’s still a pitch that batters love and always enjoy seeing. We wouldn't be surprised if the Heat score at least 150 here.

HBHW vs BHW Betting Tips

Both teams have displayed some good and bad in recent games, but we still think the Heat are a better squad and are a much safer bet.

The batting form of Redmayne and Kerr, combined with Jessica Jonassen’s rock-solid bowling, means that the Heat should be able to get the victory. Brisbane has a 10-3 record over the Hurricanes and have won the last three matchups, so this is definitely going to be in the heads of the Hobart players.

Bet on Brisbane to win.

Today Match Prediction

Brisbane Heat Women To Win the Match, 1.50

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Who will win HBHW vs BHW

Hobart Hurricanes Women 68.71% (112)
Brisbane Heat Women 31.29% (51)
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